Tag: Covid 19

In-groups and out-groups (and why it’s good to know the diff)

Katrina & Otis explore a Facebook fuss…. In-groups and out-groups (and why it’s good to know the diff) Social media can be conspicuously cruel and irrational. It also reveals a lot about human nature and our “identities”… NBC12 asked the question. Honestly answering? Katrina VanHuss. She is the CEO of TurnKey, “a U.S.-based strategy and execution firm for nonprofit fundraising campaigns.” TurnKey’s magnificent client list includes Susan G.… Read more »

How Covid – 19 will change nonprofits for years to come: Over 12 months of disaster philanthropy, new global data reveals the state of the world’s nonprofits and insights on how funders can help

CAF America, America’s nonprofit leader in international grantmaking, offers a current analysis of the impacts of COVID-19 on the world’s charities in a new report titled 12 Months Later: The State of the World’s Nonprofits, The Voice of Charities Facing COVID-19, Volume 7. The survey included nonprofits worldwide that have survived the pandemic’s often devastating financial effects. It provides insight into how charities have… Read more »

Survey: Attitudes, Views and Values Around Health, Equity and Race Amid COVID-19

The pandemic has not demonstrably shifted views on the connection between race and health among those most affected by COVID-19, despite communities of color and those with lower incomes being hit the hardest. Many see COVID-19 as a moment for change, with improving access to health care as the shift they most want to see. COVID-19 has upended the lives of people living in… Read more »

Nearly 90% of Affluent Americans Gave to Charities in 2020, and Nearly Half Gave for Pandemic Relief, Finds Study from Bank of America and Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

In a year dramatically disrupted by the pandemic, affluent Americans’ generosity didn’t waver, according to preliminary findings from the 2021 Bank of America Study of Philanthropy: Charitable Giving by Affluent Households. The vast majority of affluent Americans, nearly 90%, gave to charity in 2020. And nearly half (47%) donated to charitable organizations or financially supported individuals or businesses in direct response to the pandemic.

The coronavirus effect on global economic sentiment

April 2021 Update:    In our latest McKinsey Global Survey on the economy,1 executives’ views are as decidedly positive as they were in March—even as the pandemic continues to dwarf other risks to growth. It’s an especially acute risk in India, where the week after the survey was in the field, the number of daily COVID-19 cases set a new world record.2   Globally, 73… Read more »

Report on Youth Unemployment in the First Year of the COVID-19 Pandemic

The pandemic sparked extraordinary unemployment rates among youth, stemming from youth’s concentration in retail and hospitality jobs that were affected by mandates to contain the virus, along with youth’s inability to telework in these jobs. State-level data show that youth unemployment was particularly concentrated in parts of the country where states introduced stricter containment measures, and these measures had a greater influence on unemployment… Read more »